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Many students only gain work experience through an internship while attending school. Although business professionals hiring workers always look to see experience, a student intern can concentrate efforts displaying skills obtained relevant to the work environment. Follow the intern resume Sample below for some excellent help when it comes to creating your own to get your post-education career moving.

Bonnie Lopez
540 Short Street, Austin, TX 78701– (777) 777 8888 – blopez@abc.org



Summary

Candidate capable of building established productive relationships with customers. Has superb communication and writing skills. Open to extensive travel. Computer literate in many business-based software programs. Experience has led to a good deal of interactivity with the general public. A great listener capable for discovering solutions to customer problems. Willingness and passion to learn rank high in candidate’s skills list.

Professional Experience

University of Texas Clinical Research Laboratory, Austin, TX 2008 - Present
Computer Lab Assistant Intern

• Help conduct tests, evaluations and experiments in a clinical and research laboratory.
• Assist carrying out experiments caring for animals including feeding, cleaning and other chores.
• Create solutions and reagents as instructed by lab scientists.
• Maintain laboratory work area in clean and neat manner.
• Trouble shoot equipment challenges as directed by lab staff.
• Maintain student visit log.
• Help students use laboratory computer hardware and software.
• Maintain supplies inventory and assist in ordering replacements.
• Input lab staff experiment data to appropriate computer database storage systems.
• Done various other duties as assigned.

IBM, Inc., Austin, Texas Summer 2007 and 2009
Summer Research Intern

• Performed research in the field of computer technology.
• Worked on computer process experimentation as well as pilot personal computer.
• Carried out extensive database protocol experimentation.
• Responsible for managing system used for organizing types of media storage.
• Kept daily research activity records.
• Maintained laboratory equipment. • Performed all other duties as assigned by laboratory scientists.

Education

University of Texas, Austin, TX
PhD, Electrical Engineering 2010
MS, Applied Physics 2008
BS, Physics

• Member, University Science Review 2009-2010
• Member, International Law Society
• Judge, Students Appellate Advocacy Arguments
• Research Assistant in international law: conducted research, drafted chapters for research publications, prepared materials for speech/white paper delivered at international law conference in Hague.
• Graduated summa cum laude
• Dean's List Student
• Merit Scholar
• Member National Student Science Association
• Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Applied Mechanics (2008). Provided advisory sessions for 150 students. Performed examination reviews assisting with administering student exams. Organized and moderated graduate (masters) study groups. Mentored three students during master’s thesis oral preparations.

Professional Organizations

• American Association of Research Scientists
• University Space research Association
• American Association of Physics Teachers
• The International Association of Mathematical Physics

Community Involvement

• Rotary International
• Helping Hand of Austin
• Little League
• Austin Youth Soccer Association
• Meals on Wheels

Languages

Fluent in French and German; basic knowledge of Italian

Technical Skills

• UV and IR spectrometers
• Spectroradiometer
• General purpose signal generator
• Waveform generator
• Electron microscope
• Various data recording computer-based software
• Microsoft Office Suite

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